Ruins of St. Agnes Hospital

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The Ruins of St. Agnes Hospital in Raleigh, NC are a fascinating historical and architectural site. St. Agnes Hospital was originally established in 1908 as a healthcare facility for African Americans during a time of racial segregation in the United States. It served as a crucial institution, providing medical care and services to the local African American community for several decades. Unfortunately, St. Agnes Hospital faced financial challenges and was eventually forced to close its doors in 1961. The property was abandoned and fell into disrepair over the years, eventually becoming known as the Ruins of St. Agnes Hospital.